May 2012 by Barbara Hanek, DVM
Audience: Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Public, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team
Video Length: 51 minutes
It's great to talk about treating the treatables, but where do you start? What does it mean on a day to day, or even hour to hour, basis? Find out how Dr. Barbara Hanek, Director of Shelter Medicine for PAWS Chicago, has used common sense, dedication, and team work to get some of the community's sickest, most vulnerable pets healthy and into loving homes in this day long session from Maddie's Fund® at the 2012 HSUS EXPO Conference.
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Special Interest Chapter:
Crisis Care Management - 43 Puppies with Parvo Saved (9:49)
About Barbara Hanek, DVM
Dr. Barbara Hanek is the Director of Shelter Medicine at PAWS Chicago. After working in private practice for 20 years, Barbara started volunteering for PAWS. She was invited to join the staff in 2009. Since about 42% of PAWS' intake are treatable dogs and cats, Barb has an incredible depth of knowledge and experience in providing medical care to this population.